Stadium signs global distribution deal with Mouser

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By Nick Flaherty

The deal covers Stadium’s standard technology products, including power supplies from Stontronics and PowerPax, HMI modules such as single illuminated capacitive switches, and wireless IoT devices. It had already signed a deal with Allied Electronics for the North American market.

The Mouser deal is a significant step in Stadium Group’s strategy to grow its customer base and gain greater reach into new markets following recent investment in power products and technologies. The acquisition of PowerPax UK adds specialist value-add manufacting of a range of power supplies, battery chargers and LED products, while the Cable Power added further electronic, power and single-board computing solutions to the portfolio in 2017. Both of these companies have been integrated into the Group’s power technology division.

“This agreement with Mouser Electronics is a key component of our strategy to expand our businesses and develop new global markets with our design-led electronic technology solutions,” said Charlie Peppiatt, CEO of Stadium Group. “Mouser comes with world-class supply-chain services and support and has all the capabilities we need to quickly put our products in the hands of design engineers and reduce time to market for both existing and new customers.”

“At Mouser, we continually look for suppliers that provide leading-edge technology,” said Andy Kerr, Vice President, Supplier Management, Products at Mouser Electronics. “Stadium has put itself on the map in terms of its significantly expanded power portfolio as well as its fast-growing business in wireless IoT products and technologies.”

To accelerate its plans to grow market share in North America and Canada, Stadium last year established Stadium Group Inc with a sales office in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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